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Figure 5

From: Cyclophilin A promotes HIV-1 reverse transcription but its effect on transduction correlates best with its effect on nuclear entry of viral cDNA

Figure 5

CypA promotes HIV-1 reverse transcription in both AKATA and MT4 cells, but inhibits nuclear entry in AKATA cells. HIV-1 reporter viruses bearing wild-type (WT) CA or the indicated CA mutants, were used to challenge AKATA (left) or MT4 (right) cells, treated with 5 μM CsA or DMSO as control. 72 hours later GFP expression was assessed by flow cytometry (A). 24 hrs later, late reverse transcription (B) and 2-LTR circles (C) were assayed by quantitative PCR. Data represent one of at least three independent experiments. Error bars represent ± SEM (n = 3).

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